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Master The Fundamentals: Pelvic Tilt

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Your ability to control a pelvic tilt will inform how you stand, sit, walk, climb stairs, and even sleep. The pelvis is the connection between the spine and the legs and as such, its position will determine how well you can engage the muscles in your thighs, hips, and trunk. When you lose the ability to control the angle of your pelvis you will inevitably place undue stress on other joints. The most commonly affected joints are your knees, hips, and low back, but I have often used pelvic tilt training to successfully treat neck, shoulder, and foot pain. When the fundamentals get better everything gets better. What I love so much about pelvic tilt training is that nearly anyone can do it regardless of their diagnosis, activity level, or ability level, and everyone needs it. Whether you are 20 or 100 years old, you must practice this skill for healthy movement. Take 3 minutes of your day and check in with your pelvic tilt. Your body will thank you.

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